Autumn Leaves 2020

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been sneaking in small moments to appreciate the beautiful Autumn colors before they are all gone, which has included snapping a bunch of photos of the changing leaves. I think taking a moment to appreciate the beauty in my surroundings has been particularly important this year. Although this Fall season has come to a close, I wanted to go ahead and share some of my Autumn leaves with you, including which tea leaves I’ve been brewing up regularly the past couple of months.


Let’s start with the tree leaves:


As for tea, I’ve been drinking a lot of Hojicha this season. I’ve found its sweet, warm and roasty flavors to be quite comforting, especially on the colder Autumn days. And I anticipate drinking even more this Winter. In particular, I’ve consumed a lot of Hojicha Classic from Hojicha Co. I decided to brew some up outside under the Autumn leaves:


Bonus – Autumn Leaves video

I decided recently to start experimenting some with video, so as a bonus for this post I want to share my first foray into tea video making. I hope you enjoy!


Thanks for stopping by! I hope this post inspires you to take a moment to appreciate the beauty in your surroundings, whatever it may be. Also, go drink some delicious tea! If you enjoyed the Autumn leaves I shared here, then you may also enjoy looking at the pictures in my last Autumn Leaves post from 2018.

That’s it, tea drinkers. Until next time, keep enjoying the wondrous taste of tea! — Blake – the tea drinker behind Blake’s Tea Journal

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